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FROM TUESDAY'S LONDON GAZETTE.

THE PROGRESS OF REVOLUTION

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DREADFUL EBULLITION OF JEALOUSY—A gentle- man named Bridger, residing' at Mitcham, was walking through the town on Monday evening towards his house, when he accidentally met the wile and sisters of Mr. Keys, solicitor, of Mitcham. Being acquainted with the family he accompanied them home, and was in conversation with them in the parlour, when Mr. Keys, who had just arrived from town, entered the room. Addressing Mr. Bridger he said) 4, 1 have suspected this a long" time, and now I will be re veuged." He instantly drcw a pistol from his pocket and tired it at Mr. Bridger. Tbe ball passed through his right arm, Mr. Keys instantly took out another p stol, and pointing it said, I have another for you." Mr. Bridger exclaimed, 11 for God's sake don't fire, as I am wounded already." He then rushed out of the house, amidst the screams of the ladies, Mr, Keys following, and beating him on the head \>ith a pistol. An application has been made to the magistrates for the apprehension of Mr. Keys. t:.

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FROM FRIDAY S LONDON GAZETTE.

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